Get the most out of your Civil War battlefield visit by exploring these recommended To-Dos.
From the site of this marker you can see the stone walls that Rhode Island troops used to ambush North Carolina troops during the battle.
Perhaps the only one of its kind, this monument, just across from the National Sporting Library & Museum, honors the more than a million horses and mules who died as a result of the Civil War.
On June 19, 1863, J. E. B. Stuart placed his battle line on this tall eminence one mile west of Middleburg and met Gregg's Union attack.
Established in 1728, the Red Fox Inn was a landmark even before the Civil War. J. E. B. Stuart was enjoying his lunch here when the Battle of Middleburg began and he had to flee from Union cavalry.
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